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Goldbug Hot Springs – Idaho’s Elevated Oasis

Goldbug Hot Springs – Idaho’s Elevated Oasis

Goldbug Hot Springs – Idaho’s Elevated Oasis

man and woman hiking in idaho to Goldbug Hotsprings
This weekend some friends kidnapped me and drug me into nature– or I was just invited and so stoked to go that I could only sleep a couple hours before we hit the road.
Goldbug Hot Springs near Salmon, Idaho was the destination of choice– and it was a first for all of us. In the photo above, you can see the ‘V’ in the mountain ridge.

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It’s A Slow, Slow World – Glacier National Park Edition

It’s A Slow, Slow World – Glacier National Park Edition

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It’s A Slow, Slow World is a new series by Wanderlust Northwest. Lately, the way I have been looking to capture my surroundings has caused me to slow down and learn the true sense of patience. No more am I hand holding and snapping 10 photos in 1 minute. I have been tripod equipped with some exposures taking multiple minutes to obtain just one photo. Continue reading

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An Evening Spent Mountainside – Mount Sentinel in Missoula Montana

An Evening Spent Mountainside – Mount Sentinel in Missoula Montana

An Evening Spent on Mount Sentinel in Missoula Montana

Sunset from Mount Sentinel in Missoula Montana-1

An evening spent on the side of Mount Sentinel, in our homebase of Missoula Montana, was a much needed escape after an aggressive week of work. Climbing the side of Sentinel used to be a daily routine for me– sometimes even twice a day, but over the years life caught up to me and it is more like a treat now. Shame on me though; the base is only about 2.5 miles from my home. Continue reading

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Bears in Montana – Missoula Black Bear Edition

Bears in Montana – Missoula Black Bear Edition

Bears in Montana – Missoula Black Bear Edition

Bears in Montana have a certain essence to them– something that can captivate us. This is especially true when we see them outside of National Parks– even though they are still wild, you almost expect to see them when you visit the likes of Glacier National Park or Yellowstone National Park.

Black Bears in Montana in tree eating apples
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